Melbourne is the place to be. HonestJune 27, 2005 -
When I first arrived in Melbourne I was practically broke. Too many Thai massages or something. My sister's friend Gaby and Craig unwillingly hosted my for a couple of weeks in Richmond a suburb just south of Melbourne. http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/may/21/
As soon as I come across some money I moved out into a hostel and spent my time at the state library. http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/may/22/
I participated in the speakers corner talking about my travels and thoughts on Islam and I play "street" chess.
Next event was moving in to apartment that promised Internet, but didn't have it. Fortunately I live with Sean who is a chef. We're having scones here: http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/may/28/
I also live with Christine: http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/may/29/
I live very near Flagstaff gardens. It's invested wit Possums. I wish I had a gun. http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/jun/4/
Besides spending my time on Internet dating sites, I shop at the Victorian market: http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/jun/11/
It's like the market in Kallio (Finland), but bigger.
I'm not gay yet, though I am borrowing my gay flatmate's clothes. http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/jun/16/
I might be getting fat, but in style sweeties. http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/jun/18/ http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/jun/19/
I live right in the city CBD: http://pictures.natalian.org/kodak/2005/jun/25/
The "town house" I live currently live in feels like a youth detention centre. I am planning to move out soon though. My flatmates say they're happy to join me which is encouraging. Though I am think of moving to Sydney, depending on how my work goes.